Shutter Island: Teddy Daniels (Part 2 of 2)

If you missed part 1 of this article, from the point of view of Andrew Laeddis here’s a link to it. And here’s the introduction. For the second time, there’s a bunch of spoilers coming your way! If you haven’t watched this film, I suggest you do before you read part 1 and this. Shutter island is a very open ended film. so for the … Continue reading Shutter Island: Teddy Daniels (Part 2 of 2)

Shutter Island: Andrew Laeddis (Part 1 of 2)

Just in case you didn’t read the intro, here’s a link. if you have already read this one, here’s Part 2, from the point of view of Teddy Daniels. And again,this post is basically entirely one BIG Spoiler. so…spoiler alert. Shutter island is a very open ended film. for the sake of keeping our sanity let’s set some ground rules. I will refrain from calling DiCaprio’s character Teddy … Continue reading Shutter Island: Andrew Laeddis (Part 1 of 2)

Shutter Island: Two Movies for the Price of One

Certain movies stay with you long after you have leave the cinema. When a movie is done right, the director’s vision is so vivid that when sitting in the theater, you become Alice looking into a rabbit hole. It’s an incredible feeling, and one that undoubtedly makes you want to watch the film again (just ask the people that watched the Star Wars when it … Continue reading Shutter Island: Two Movies for the Price of One

And the Oscar goes to… A Flawed Award Ceremony.

           The Academy Awards are largely known for being one of the most (if not the most) prestigious award ceremonies in Film Making and business. This year, however, a lack of diversity in its nominees for the second year in a row has caused a backlash of negative press for the event. It’s a subject so talked about even Presidential candidates … Continue reading And the Oscar goes to… A Flawed Award Ceremony.